News : Artist Depicts Fate of Bees in Multimedia Event

May 7, 2013

From Exeter Patch, Portsmouth Patch, and Hampton Patch

By Alex Binder

PORTSMOUTH — While everyone has heard of global warming, not everyone has knowingly seen or felt its effects firsthand or on a traumatic, large scale. However, local artist Tim Gaudreau points out with his new art project that global warming is causing a large-scale effect on honeybees that many of us too quickly look past.

“Honeybees are a 65 million-year-old species and they are being killed off,” Gaudreau says. Honeybees pollinate one-third of the food we eat, including many fruits and vegetables.

So when the Center for Arts in Education at Boston Arts Academy called for artists to create work for its symposium, Catalyzing Conversations about Climate Change, Gaudreau had finally found the perfect opportunity to incorporate his love for honeybees with his art, and what he created is, at the very least, unique.

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